Try out these recipes to experience delicious cuisine of Japan!
Japanese Recipe – 59
A delicious and easy “Wakame” salad packed with nutrients good for your health.
Wakame is a type of seaweed used often in soups and salads. High in omega-3 and containing a fat-burning protein, it is also used in traditional medicine.
With Japan being the world’s biggest importer of sesame, it is easy to understand the importance of it in Japanese cuisine. It is used both as an oil and also sprinkled on dishes to add flavour.
This Chiyomusubi Junmai Ginjo Goriki 60 is ideal for “ Wakame Salad ”
Chiyomusubi Junmai Ginjo Goriki 60
A Chiyomusubi Junmai Ginjo Goriki 60 that uses Tottori’s local rice Goriki polished down to 60%. Smooth taste and soft feeling towards the end.
“Wakame Salad is a classic side dish of Japanese cuisine and is perfect on a hot summer day. It’s very easy, very light and very nutritious as well.”
Japanese Recipe – 60
Japanese Hamburger Steak, called Hamburg, is very popular home cooking. It is more western style food and loved especially by children.
Worcestershire sauce is versatile in that it can be used as either a background flavour enhancer containing a large amount of umami or as a traditional sauce for mainly meat dishes.
Although Panko literally means bread crumbs, the Japanese variety is lighter than western styles which gives it a lighter and crunchier finish than its western counterparts.
This Chiyomusubi Junmai Daiginjo Goriki 50 is ideal for “ Hamburger Steak ”
Chiyomusubi Junmai Daiginjo Goriki 50
Chiyomusubi Junmai Daiginjo Goriki 50 that uses Tottori’s local rice Goriki polished down to 50%, is the best Sake represents the Goriki rice series within Chiyomusubi Brewery. Soft start with smooth middle which has rich depth flavour towards the end and cleans the palate.
“Hamburger Steak is a fusion style of Japanese cuisine. Lovely, rich worcestershire sauce gives you sweetness and saltiness and then you get a little bit of crunch from the Panko.”
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Japanese groceries are available at Lion Oriental Foods Co.